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Wexford

Just located outside Wexford town racing has taken place here since the 1870s where it has always attracted large crowds.

A dual purpose track it stages ultra-competitive racing, with many of the races have a large number of runners in, making it difficult for punters to find those elusive winners.

One of the longest tracks in Ireland it is a right-handed course that is one mile, four furlongs in distance.

Even though it rarely attracts the big names in Irish racing, in 1992 The Aga Khan ran Sinntara, who is the Dam of Prix de l'Arc De Triomphe winner Sinndar and His Royal Highness's runner won a maiden at Wexford in 1992.